Nevada Mental Health

Sec. § 437.207
Board prohibited from denying application based solely on immigration or citizenship status of applicant; applicant without social security number to provide alternative personally identifying number; confidentiality of number.


1.

The Board shall not deny the application of a person for a license as a behavior analyst or assistant behavior analyst or registration as a behavior technician pursuant to NRS 437.200 based solely on his or her immigration or citizenship status.

2.

Notwithstanding the provisions of NRS 437.210, an applicant for a license as a behavior analyst or assistant behavior analyst or registration as a behavior technician who does not have a social security number must provide an alternative personally identifying number, including, without limitation, his or her individual taxpayer identification number, when completing an application for a license as a behavior analyst or assistant behavior analyst or registration as a behavior technician.

3.

The Board and the Division shall not disclose to any person who is not employed by the Board or the Division the social security number or alternative personally identifying number, including, without limitation, an individual taxpayer identification number, of an applicant for a license for any purpose except:

(a)

Tax purposes;

(b)

Licensing purposes; and

(c)

Enforcement of an order for the payment of child support.

4.

A social security number or alternative personally identifying number, including, without limitation, an individual taxpayer identification number, provided to the Board or the Division is confidential and is not a public record for the purposes of chapter 239 of NRS.
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Feb. 5, 2021